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Issue 43 April 2018 Preview

In the next issue of Design & Build Review, out in April, we’ll be looking at how green issues are affecting architecture and design, so we’ll see how Bjarke Ingels Group's (BIG) final designs for its waste-to-energy plant are creating a blueprint for innovative ways to bring the environment into urban areas.

We’ll also examine the use of wood as a primary material for construction and with Dutch Mountains, the largest wooden building on Earth, nearing completion in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, we speak to those responsible to find out why wood may be the go-to material of the future.

Plus, an increase in extreme weather conditions is requiring architects to increasingly take flooding into account in their designs. We take a look at some of the pioneering projects in this area, and hear from some of the architects involved in flood-conscious design. 

Image courtey of Bjarke Ingels Group 

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